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Gibraltar High School

Vikings boys look for bounce back against Sturgeon Bay

The Gibraltar boys' basketball team hopes to capture some of that spark they had last week when they host Sturgeon Bay in Fish Creek on Friday.

 

The Vikings have been playing without the conference's leading scorer in Sam Lindenberg, but Luke Steebs and Spencer Krause have more than made up for his absence. The pair each scored over 30 points in the team 94-69 victory over Sevastopol and combined for 39 points in their 71-65 loss to Southern Door on Tuesday. The Vikings could not nibble away at the six-point half time margin as they matched the Eagles point for point in the second stanza.

 

The Clippers are right behind the Vikings in the conference standings as they ride into Fish Creek on a three-game winning streak. Jack Schmelzer and Spencer Hubbard combine for 30 points in the Clippers 57-48 win over Algoma on Tuesday.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

 

Krause, Steebs key Vikings boys blowout over Pioneers

Seniors Spencer Krause and Luke Steebs took it upon themselves to break a three-game losing streak Friday night, defeating Sevastopol 94-69 in Fish Creek.

 

Krause scored 34 points and Steebs added 32 points as the Vikings nearly scored 50 points in both halves. The conference's leading scorer and three-point specialist Sam Lindenberg was out, opening the door for Krause knock down eight three's. Will Friedenfels also chipped in 12 points in the victory.

 

Jack DeYoung scored 20 points and Cole Dvorak contributed 16 points in the defeat.

Vikings look to snap skid against Pioneers

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team hopes to reverse their recent fortunes when they play at home against Sevastopol on Friday night.

 

The Vikings have lost three straight after start the season off 4-1. Head coach Justin Burress knew this stretch of games that included Peshtigo, Oconto, and Southern Door was going to be tough. He believes the offense is there, but the defense has to improve.

Burress gave credit to Sam Lindenberg, Spencer Krause, and Luke Steebs for having strong offensive starts to the year.

The Pioneers come into the game without a Packerland Conference win and their only victories coming against NEWCHAA and Tigerton. The Pioneers had almost a month off from playing games in December due to quarantine issues and holiday break.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Vikings girls look to clip Eagles

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team hopes to be the first team to add a blemish to the perfect Packerland start for the Southern Door Eagles when the two teams clash Tuesday in Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings find themselves following a three-game winning streak with a three-game losing streak. The team lost in heartbreaking fashion on Friday night when they lost 47-46 to Sevastopol. Sage Krause leads the team in scoring with close to 16 points a game while Karlee Kita is close to a double-double averaging over nine points and seven rebounds a game. 

 

The Eagles have won four straight Packerland Conference games to start the season, but lost to Brillion 76-41 their last time out on December 22nd despite 22 points from their leading scorer Nicole Norton.  

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

 

 

Gibraltar boys look to top Bulldogs Saturday

The Gibraltar Vikings hope to get back to their winning ways when they head to Peshtigo on Saturday.

 

The Vikings are looking to bounce back from its 83-62  loss to Oconto earlier this week despite getting 20 points from Luke Steebs and 14 from Sam Lindenberg.

 

The Bulldogs are 0-3 in the Packerland Conference, but they were able to hold on for the win in their last game against Bonduel 41-33.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Second half dooms Vikings girls

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team saw its close deficit grow only larger in the second half, falling to NEW Lutheran 50-36.

 

The Vikings only trailed by two heading into the break as they got contributions from all five starters. The Blazers' defense was able to shut things down against the Vikings in the second half, allowing only Karlee Kita and Sage Krause to get baskets. Krause ended up scoring a team-high 15 points with three made three-pointers. Kita added another 12 points. The Blazers outscored the Vikings 28-16 in the second half thanks to Josie Nelson scoring 11 of her game-high 17 points after the break. Leah Schmidt pitched in nine points and Mattie Zimmer pitched in another eight points.

 

The Vikings will look to end their current two-game losing streak Friday night against Sevastopol. The Pioneers are also playing on a quick turnaround after defeating Sturgeon Bay Thursday night 59-42. Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar looks to rebound against NEW Lutheran

The Gibraltar Vikings look to bounce back from an earlier loss this week when they host the NEW Lutheran Blazers Thursday night in Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings suffered their second conference loss of the season on Monday in a 52-34 decision to the Peshtigo Bulldogs. Karlee Kita was just a rebound shy of a double-double as she scored 11 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Sage Krause scored 12 points thanks in part to a pair of made three-pointers. Krause is fourth in the Packerland Conference in scoring with an average of 15.8 points per game.

 

Just above is Blazers senior Josie Nelson and her 16 points per game. She scored 17 points in the Blazers' 59-43 win over Coleman on Tuesday. The Blazers enter the matchup 1-3 in the Packerland, capturing their lone conference win on December 21st against Oconto.

 

The two teams battle beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar opens 2021 at home against Oconto

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball hope they can keep their strong start to the conference schedule intact when they host the Oconto Blue Devils Tuesday night in Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings are 4-1 on the season after winning their last game 60-44 over Sturgeon Bay. San Lindenberg drained five three-pointers in the contest for a game-high 24 points while Luke Steebs pitched in 14. Lindenberg leads the team in scoring (21.6 ppg) and rebounds (7.2) while Steebs is second on the team in scoring and leads it in assists (4.0 apg).

 

The Blue Devils are 4-1 in Packerland play and 7-2 overall. It smoked its regional rival Oconto Falls its last time out on December 30th. Josh Woller scored 19 points in the 86-47 win. All-conference performer Caleb Moe leads the Blue Devils in scoring (12.8 ppg), rebounds (7.3 rpg), and assists (4.2 apg).

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Vikings girls can't sustain offense against Bulldogs

The Gibraltar Vikings could not close its first-half deficit as it lost to Peshtigo for the second time this season, this time a 52-34 decision at home.

 

The Bulldogs took a 29-21 lead into the break before widening it in the second half by outscoring the Vikings 23-13. Sage Krause and Karlee Kita were the only two players to reach double figures for the Vikings. Krause made the team's only two three-pointers on the evening while Kita was able to be a great presence in the paint. The Bulldogs were able to hit nine three-pointers on the night including four from Jaci Tonn and a pair from two other players. Grace Wickman led all Bulldogs with 16 points. 

 

The Vikings next play on Friday at Sevastopol.

Vikings girls look to keep winning streak against Bulldogs

The Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team hopes to keep their winning streak alive when they host the Peshtigo Bulldogs on Monday night.

 

The Vikings won its last time out, beating Sturgeon Bay 65-35 at home. Sage Krause led a quartet of double-digit scorers with 19 points. Colleen Carlisle added another 15 points in the win.  Krause is currently the third-leading scorer in the Packerland Conference at 16.6 points per game.

 

The Bulldogs enter the game with an almost identical 3-1 record on the year. Led Sydney Lund's 13.3 points per game, the Bulldogs are undefeated in Packerland play including a 53-43 win over NEW Lutheran in its last game. Lund's 20 points played a major role when the two team played earlier this year when the Bulldogs beat the Vikings 44-42 in Peshtigo. Krause scored 12 points for the Vikings, but no other player was able to reach double figures in the loss.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar steals conference win over Sturgeon Bay

The Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team picked up another conference win over the Sturgeon Bay Clippers, 60-44. 

 

The Vikings improved to 4-1 in the Packerland Conference standings and the Clippers fell to 0-2. Sturgeon Bay tallied the first points of the game but couldn't hold on after the Vikings put together a 27-20 scoring run together to end the first half. The second half saw a 33 point display by Gibraltar while the Clippers hit 24 points. Gibraltar will face Oconto on the first Tuesday in January and Sturgeon Bay will host the Sevastopol Pioneers the first Tuesday in January as well.  

Gibraltar blows out Sturgeon Bay

The Gibraltar Vikings girls’ basketball team did not skip a beat on Monday evening as they won big over the Sturgeon Bay Clippers, 65-35. 

 

The Vikings improved to 4-1 in conference play as the Clippers collected their third conference loss of the season. The Clippers could not keep pace with the Vikings all game and struggled offensively to find the rim. Sturgeon Bay will play next on January 4th, 2021 against the Sevastopol Pioneers while the Vikings play Southern Door on December 29th, both games are slated for a 7pm start time.

Gibraltar lands big win over Algoma

The Gibraltar Vikings boys’ basketball team landed a big conference win over the Algoma Wolves on Saturday afternoon, 67-27.

 

The Vikings improved to 4-1 in the Packerland Conference and sit in the top half of the conference standings. Algoma has still not found their touch yet and remains winless in conference play. The Vikings threw up 39 points in the first half alone while Algoma did not eclipse that through two halves of play. Gibraltar’s Sam Lindenberg dropped 32 points on the Wolves while Luke Steebs gathered double-digit points as well. Algoma will visit Green Bay to take on the West Wildcats on Monday at 7pm. The Vikings will face the Sevastopol Pioneers on Tuesday evening for a 7:30pm tip-off.

Vikings bounce past Oconto

The Gibraltar Vikings girls’ basketball team threw up a quality win over the Oconto Blue Devils on Friday night, 55-43. The Vikings improved to 3-1 in the Packerland Conference after this victory and saw another key performance from Sage Krause. Gibraltar pulled out to an early lead over the Blue Devils in the first half, 27-12. The Vikings found consistent play from their offensive unit on Friday night. Krause collected 17 points while Maggie Moroney tallied 15 points and was followed by Karlee Kita who scored 13 points. The Blue Devils were led by Lianna Baxter who outperformed everyone with 31 points total. Gibraltar will travel to Southern Door on December 29th for a 7:30pm tip-off.

Vikings search for their third conference win

The Gibraltar Vikings girls’ basketball team is looking to collect win number three in conference play on Friday night when they head to Oconto to face the Blue Devils. The Vikings come into this matchup with a 2-1 conference record and are playing competitive basketball being that all three of their games have been within 5 point finishes. Oconto finds themselves with three games of conference play under their belt as well but share the opposite record of Gibraltar at 1-2. The Vikings leading scorer in Sage Krause will look to lead her team to victory after the two squads clash in a yellow and blue festivus on Friday night at 7:30pm.

Gibraltar claims a win over NEW

The Gibraltar Vikings boys’ basketball team notched a win over the NEW Lutheran Blazers on Thursday night, 64-55. The Vikings came into the matchup 1-1 on the season and improved to 2-1 after an impressive scoring performance. Gibraltar found themselves in a tight one after the first half concluded, 32-31 in their favor. Vikings head coach Justin Burress rallied his team for a nine point victory. The Vikings will visit the Algoma Wolves on Saturday for conference play at 7:30pm.

Gibraltar will visit Green Bay

The Gibraltar Vikings boys’ basketball team is 1-1 and feeling solid about the start of Packerland Conference play entering their matchup against NEW Lutheran on Thursday evening. 

 

The Vikings sit in the middle of the pack in the conference standings while NEW Lutheran is feeling good coming off a non-conference win. Gibraltar’s Luke Steebs looks to continue his offensive input for the Vikings after a 17-point display last game and he has not forgotten the high note that his team finished on last season after winning two playoff games in 2019-2020. Vikings head coach Justin Burress will take his team to Green Bay for a 7:30pm tip-off.

Lindenberg sparks Vikings comeback over Peshtigo

The Gibraltar Vikings were able to erase small deficits all night long including in the final seconds of the game to beat Peshtigo Monday 69-68.

 

The Bulldogs held a slim 42-41 lead at the break, but the Vikings were able to take a 65-63 advantage with under a minute remaining to try and lock up the win. Instead, Adam Bauman engineered a steal at midcourt drove the rest of the way to tie the game at 65 with just seconds remaining. The Vikings returned the favor when they stole the ball shortly after the inbounds. The ball ended up in the hands of Sam Lindenberg, who hit the game-winning lay-up with approximately 20 seconds remaining. The win gave the Vikings their first victory of the season.

 

The team will travel to Green Bay Thursday night for a game against NEW Lutheran.

Gibraltar looks for first win

The Gibraltar Vikings boys’ basketball team will face the Peshtigo Bulldogs on Monday evening. The Vikings are coming off a season opening loss and will look for top scorer in Luke Steebs to carry his team to their first win. The Bulldogs enter this matchup 2-1 in conference play and have put up high scoring games all season. Gibraltar will open their second conference game at home and tip-off at 7:30pm.

Vikings drop opener against Storm

The Gibraltar Vikings could not get enough shots to fall in its 62-51 loss to Kewaunee on Friday in Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings kept things close in the first half and entered the break down 31-27. The Storm was able to stretch things out a little bit in the second half and the Vikings could not break into the lead as they fouled players at the end to extend the game. The Vikings also struggled getting to the line compared to the Storm, shooting only nine free throws compared to 20 for the Storm. 

 

Luke Steebs led all Vikings with 17 points and Sam Lindenberg chipped in another 10 points. Spencer Krause sank two three-pointers to add another eight points. Alex Rohr led the Storm with 21 points in the victory.

Gibraltar boys opens season against Kewaunee

The wait is over for the Gibraltar boys basketball team as they open Packerland Conference play against the Kewaunee Storm on Friday night.

 

The Vikings return many of their contributors from last year's team, losing Brandon Stillman, Conor Duffy, Dominic Krauel, and Paul Hartmann to graduation. The team does return its top two scorers in Luke Steebs (15.4 ppg) and Sam Lindenberg (10.8 ppg). Steebs also led the Vikings in rebounds and assists. The Vikings hope to improve on their conference record from last year which was 3-13.

 

The Storm comes into the game 1-0 after defeating its lakeshore rival Algoma 58-38 on Tuesday.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m. at Gibraltar.

Vikings clip Sturgeon Bay

The Gibraltar Vikings girls’ basketball team clinched a win over the Sturgeon Bay Clippers Thursday evening, 46-42. The Clippers started off the game on high note by outscoring the Vikings 29-17 in the first half. The peninsula battle saw a scrappy second half of play with the Vikings delivering a 29 point second half performance which would prevail for a Gibraltar win. Sage Krause keyed the comeback for the Vikings, scoring 15 of 18 points in the second half. The Vikings' Karlee Kita and Sophia Alexander teamed up to score another 18 points in the win. Sierra Arneman led the way for the Clippers with 11 points while Ashley Alberts chipped in another nine points. The Vikings improved to 2-1 in conference and will face NEW Lutheran next Tuesday while the Clippers fell to 0-2 and will face Peshtigo next Tuesday as well.

Vikings nipped by Bulldogs

The Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team found themselves on the wrong side of a close game Monday night, falling to Peshtigo 44-42.

 

The seesaw battle saw the Vikings enter the second half with a slim 28-26. The Bulldogs were able to take the lead in the final moments of the game but left enough time for the Vikings to get one last shot off. Senior Karlee Kita had a great look at the buzzer for a game-winner well behind the arc, but saw the ball rim out to give the Vikings their first loss of the season.

 

The Vikings will have some time off before their next game on December 15th against NEW Lutheran. Their game against Kewaunee on Thursday has been postponed while a matchup scheduled against Crivitz on Saturday has been canceled. 

Gibraltar looks to continue strong start

A little less drama with the same result is on the minds of Gibraltar fans before their first road trip of the season.

 

The Vikings won their first game of the season 44-43 after Sage Krause drilled a three-point shot at the top of the key for the victory over Algoma. She scored a game-high 17 points while Karlee Kita showed how her presence was missed by grabbing nine rebounds. 

 

Peshtigo comes into the game 1-1 on the season, winning its last time out 58-32 over Marinette. Sydney Lund enters the game averaging 14 points for the Bulldogs.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar boys' basketball patiently awaits first game

The Gibraltar Vikings boys’ basketball team have yet to play a game this season due to COVID-19 concerns but remain excited for the opportunity. Head coach Justin Burress has prepared his team for any and everything this season. 

 

 

The Vikings have been producing quality workouts individually and collectively.

 

 

The Vikings collected eight wins during the 2019-20 season and finished the season on a high note, winning two playoff games to make it in the regional final before losing to Wausakee.  Gibraltar is scheduled to face Kewaunee on Friday, December 11th.